Another Austrian army corps had its base at Serajevo in Bosnia.
I did not want to have any doubt upon the matter, and that was why I cabled to our Consul at Serajevo.
Stud had never heard of the Archduke Ferdinand nor of Serajevo.
My friend told me it was in Serajevo, and wondered what would be the consequences of that grave event.
The pistol shot at Serajevo was the occasion, not the cause of the war.
From the very next day the tone of the Berlin Press, in commenting on the Serajevo tragedy, was full of menace.
Serajevo was burned in 1697 by Eugene of Savoy, who similarly deported 40,000 Christians.